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South Africa Bid To Host 2023 Rugby World Cup

South African 2023 Rugby World Cup bid committee has assured will host the largest -ever final with 87, 436 fans at the National Stadium in Johannesburg if handed the hosting rights.

South Africa’s deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa takes part in a press conference after South Africa presented their bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup in London. Photo: Glyn KIRK / AFP

Deputy President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa said it will be a win for the sport, supporters and most importantly a win for the players to host the 10th Rugby World Cup tournament.

Video Credit: ChannelTV

South Africa is bidding against Ireland and France for the rights to host the tournament with the world body expected to announce their preferred candidate on October 31st.



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